Born August 29th, Troy Guy was pretty much already in the music industry. Both parents were musicians and singers in their generation, which evolved into Troy's success. At age 8, he sang in a talent show for the school and won 1st place. At age 11, he started taking drum lessons and voice lessons that made him musically inclined today. He plays piano by hearing the music first and mimicking the music afterward. He ventured into freestyle music in 1988 and wrote and produced the song "Forever Amor." Initially, it was named “Don't Pass Up My Love" and teamed up with Erik Gorder (Here I Go Again). First was introduced to Mark Imperial ('J'dore Dancer), which intern changed the song's title from 'Don't Pass Up My Love to Forever Amor. Then Mickey' Mixin' Oliver (Chicago D.J.) brought about the female vocalist who created the group "In-Effect." Afterward, Troy Guy went solo and signed to DJ International Records/Atlantic Records and found Andrea Salazar. He then created a new group that people know now as "D’ZYRE.”
Troy Guy is now a soloist and still produces and performs everywhere he is asked to. He has written songs like Forever Amor, Games of Love, Inside Your Love, and more. Now, he is currently working on his album consisting of R&B and Hip-Hop. He still produces and sings Freestyle music, but with a different feel to the beat. He feels that old-school freestyle is excellent, but since the audience has changed, he feels freestyle music has to come out stronger and more powerful than before. A new twist to the music or singing will bring it back.
Troy has accomplished many accolades in the past. Forever Amor hit as high as #43 with a bullet in the top 100 billboard charts and #1 for three weeks straight in the Chicago Radio Station B96. #1 in the top dance charts for four weeks in a row. A once known rising star coming out of Chicago and the first freestyle artist to come out of Chicago topping the charts.
Troy Guy has performed with many great freestyle legends like George LaMond, Cynthia, Lil Suzy, TKA, Coro, Judy Torres, Miguel Reyes, Legacy, Lisett Melendez, Suave, Rochelle, Nocera, Hanson, Nu Image, Johnny O., and many more. He would like to thank all the DJves that have helped contributed to his success in the music industry like Tim ‘Spinnin’ Schomer, Julian Perez, Harv Roman, and many more to name as far as the DJ’s nowadays, DJ Solito, DJ Lex, Judy Torres, and everyone' keeping freestyle alive through radio/internet.
His major influences in the music industry were Michael Jackson, and they share the same birth date. Johnny Gill, Luther Vandross, Howard Hewitt, Whitney Houston, and Patti LaBelle. As a producer, he idolizes Baby Face Edmonds, Teddy Riley, Quincy Jones, and Pharell.
Troy Guy has tremendous talent and he gives it his all whenever he performs and lets his fans know it. His music success is all due to the devoted fans that lived every bit of ever
Lucy Love was born on August 15th in Chicago, Illinois. She grew up listening to Cumbias with her mom. Norteno music was another family favorite. She started listening to freestyle music at the age of 12.
Today she has partnered with Troy Guy, who has written and composed 2 of her songs. What Must I Do, and This Is My Life. She never dreamed of becoming who she is now. With the guidance of many artists and producers, she is well on her way to becoming the star that she and her entire family always thought her out to be.
Her musical aspiration derived from her father, from which he instilled in his daughter, from singing in churches and singing at family events. Many years ago, he was in a group called Brisas De Mexico. So her love for music began there. Her music history is electric, where it holds no boundaries in genres where her vocals can excite the many delights of her fans.
As quoted by Lucy: "Many have fallen and given up on their dreams. Many have tried and not succeeded. But it's the persistence and determination is what prevails the success of your dreams."
MARK MILAN AKA MARK ANTHONY RODRIGUEZ brings high energy to the fans, wherever he goes, since 1991. With legendary Freestyle songs such as “Foolish Pride”& “One More Chance.” He transports the audience back to the ’90s, as well as into the future with his current track, “The Comeback.” The fans love to sing along as well as dance to the “high energy” songs.
MARK knows how to entertain and keep the audience engaged. MARK MILAN started out singing his favorite songs as the radio played them, such as Michael Jackson, Stevie Wonder, Queen, Boys II Men, the BeeGees, and Commissioned (Gospel music), to name a few. In his teens, MARK MILAN became a DJ, learned to mix, cut, and blend songs to keep the crowds dancing!! Playing music helped MARK to learn the basics of how a song is written and arranged—getting all his influence from the current artists he was spinning made it easy to transition into writing, singing, and performing.
Hitting the stage with the likes of Troy Guy (D’ZYRE), Diddle D, Fabian, Jessee B (LEGACY), Pure Pleasure, George Anthony, Jae Mazor, and a host of other amazing artists has encouraged him to continue on this musical journey to keep the fans on their toes.
Over the past year, MARK MILAN has performed at many clubs, weddings, private parties and reunions, and most notably “The Condorde” in Chicago. MARK MILAN has been invited back for encore performances in Brooklyn and other events.
Jaliet Caprana is an Independent Recording Artist, Producer, and Audio Engineer from Chicago, Illinois. Due to his intricate Rhyming, fast-paced delivery, and catchy hooks, Jaliet’s music has gained attention all across the Midwest. Jaliet has been featured on "This Is 50", "The Akademia" "Chi City Music" and "Worldstar Hip Hop."
Jaliet’s journey to production began in 2005 after releasing his first album under the name "Counterfeit" with long-time best friend, the late "Shumiaye Hall" aka "The Melanated Bandit." Their merge together was so unique, introducing deep explicit content revolving around life's trials and tribulations. Both struggling with depression told a story through the music while touching the hearts of many, ultimately leading to a widespread buzz around the Chicagoland area. Since then, both have released solo projects and also collaborations with underground and mainstream artists and producers.
In 2013 Jaliet Caprana released his 3rd Solo album, The Perfect Poison which was also the single name on the record. He then signed a one-album deal with Don Johnson of CNN, "T.M.G. Records." Later that year, "The Perfect Poison" received an award for best Hip Hop E.P. by the Akademia.
In 2016 the next album to be released was titled "The Midwest Bandits" a collaboration album between Jaliet Caprana and Shumiyayo The Melanated Bandit.
In 2017 Jaliet Caprana released the "Beatz N The Beast "collaboration album featuring Lil Wyte, Mac Lethal, and Kilslo produced by Richard Casolaro.
In 2018 Jaliet released his 5th studio album 1:11 E.P., which was released in the fall of 2018.
In the fall of 2020, Jaliet Caprana Signed a new deal with Alkali Music Entertainment & Amazin' Records. Jaliet is currently working on another full-length studio album which will be released sometime in 2021.
Jooks Da Don
Michael Quiles aka Jooks Da Don born in Brooklyn, NY February 12. His major genre is Hip-Hop but is eclectic to all genres of music. He started rapping at the age of 11 and was influence by many artists including Biggie Smalls, Jaz-Z, Tu-Pac Shakur, and Nas. His essential roots in the music industry derived from his father who has big role in Amazin' Records. His lyrical skills are based on how he strives in the streets of Brooklyn. His dreams, passion, and aspiration as to become an international artists has driven him to work harder on his craft as an artist and a musician. He knows that he wasn't raised with a golden spoon so that is why his ambition towards music is what his ultimate goal will be... TO SUCCEDD!!!
She was born on September 4th, 2005 in Brooklyn NY where she currently lives with her mom, Migdalia and her adoptive brother, Andrew. Since the age of 4, she knew she wanted to sing. At 7 years old. She did her first performance in front of a large crowd not related to her when she performed at a Military Function and her passion for singing began to grow over the years anything pertaining to music. She taught herself how to play the ukulele just for a single performance on stage but continued to teach herself more with said instrument. She is currently learning how to play the bass but due to the pandemic, she has not been able to fix or replace the strings on the Bass. She also learned how to play the piano. She says she's a mediocre player when it comes to the bass and piano, again due to the pandemic, it has put everything on hold. But she has homed in on her skills as a singer and she loves to sing any chance she gets. "I LOVE to sing all types of genres of music, but I am more into the Alternative music genre." Her hobbies include collecting certain things. She also loves to draw, read and write.
Born in the City of Brotherly love, Krysthal has always had a love for the music industry. “From a young age, I always knew I wanted to be an artist. It was a passion that grew from growing up with various types of music genres flowing through my household” she states. This young latina from North Philadelphia has been performing in school plays and musicals throughout her childhood. When asked about her musical inspirations she had this to say “This is so hard. Selena has to be my biggest inspiration, not only did she help pave the way for many Latin artists but her passion speaks volumes. Watching her perform encouraged me to fight for my career. Then we have women like Lil’ Kim, Amy Lee, Jhené Aiko, Lady Gaga, Billie Eillish, Aaliyah and so many more who’ve encouraged me”. “I’ve seen how these women challenged gender stigmas in a male dominated industry and solidified themselves as the greats. I want to do the same, I want to inspire the next generation the way they have inspired me” she added. From her vocal range to her confidence, Krysthal is a spitfire ready to impact Amazin’ Records.